HAKWARE Archangel is an Artificial Intelligence based vulnerability scanner and pentesting tool. Archangel scanner enables organizations to monitor their networks, systems, and applications for security vulnerabilities with advanced Artificial intelligence continuously testing your environment.
Why use Archangel?
Our vulnerability scanning mitigates the risks of a data breach, which will come with a range of costs, including remediation, the loss of customers as a result of reputational damage and fines.
GDPR and POPI:
Vulnerability scanning is not explicitly required by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) or POPI (Protection Of Personal Information Act) Although the Regulation does require organisations that process personal data to ensure that they have implemented appropriate technical and organisational security measures – which includes identifying vulnerabilities.
- Timely identification of vulnerabilities.
- Assessment of your organization’s exposure to a vulnerability.
- Proper measures considering the associated risks
What is HAKWARE Archangel?
Archangel scanner enables organizations to monitor their networks, systems, and applications for security vulnerabilities with advanced Artificial Intelligence continuously testing your environment.
As part of a wider security strategy, organisations should be running continuous vulnerability scans to pick up on new and emerging cyber threats.
We used Artificial Intelligence to build an Information security monitoring solution that learns and hacks like a real hacker would.
Mitigates the risks of a data breach, which will come with a range of costs, including remediation, the loss of customers as a result of reputational damage and fines.
The Cost of Cybercrime
IDENTIFY VULNERABILITIES BEFORE CYBER CRIMINALS DO. STAY ON TOP OF VULNERABILITIES AND AVOID HUMAN ERROR.
The global cost of cybercrime was estimated at some 8.4 trillion U.S. dollars in 2022. The cost of incidents caused by illegal activities on the internet are set to surpass the 11 trillion U.S. dollar mark in 2023 By 2026, annual cybercrime costs worldwide could exceed 20 trillion, an increase of almost 150 percent compared to 2022.